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>> stephanie: happy friday, lewis black, yeah, mama got us lewis black today. happy friday. >> happy happy lewis black is here. >> stephanie: jacki schechner, we need a full-on jacki's corner. the douche nozzle of the day. >> it seems that we have a new one every day. >> stephanie: he's going to charge a surcharge. rick scott is getting with getting getting with the program, the florida governor. he must have found a way to scam it to make money for him. we'll talk about all the latest
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with jacki healthcare corner in addition. >> that's the plan. >> stephanie: because she's the spokes model healthcare geek. >> good morning everybody. happy friday. it's busy day for general david petraeus who is testifying at this hour in closed door meetings. what comes out of that is up to the committee members and what they want to share with you. lawmakers want to know why there wasn't tighter security in benghazi when it was attacked on september 11th, they are also looking for initial explanation to the attack and why it was relateed to an anti-muslim movie rather than a pre-planned act of terror. there are talking poison but u.n. ambassador susan rice. there were notes made four days
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after the attack and made no mention of terror top chair woman feinstein said she's interested in what general petraeus may have learned when he went to libya after the talk. >> general petraeus went to tripoli and interviewed many of the people who were involved. the opportunity to get his views is very important. >> general petraeus is also now under investigation from the c.i.a. inspector general who has launched an investigation into the affair that led the former direct for resign last week. the agency is looking into the matter to make sure that there was no official wrongdoing, and also that general petraeus didn't use agency resources improperly. also the fbi investigation about the affair is still open about classified information that
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>>join the debate now. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show"." >> stephanie: yahoo, happy friday, it's "the stephanie miller show." comedian lewis black joins us today. how exciting is that? >> it's very, very exciting! >> stephanie: i bet he's very happy about the election. >> i'm so happy. can't you tell! >> actually he kind of is. >> stephanie: i still savor the
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beleaguered right winger when lewis black was in the studio. >> you're an idiot. >> stephanie: great, stephanie is the website and 1-800-steph-12. now that the election is over, yesterday, i think it was britain sent this from crocodile hunter. >> sound bite: this beaver would have a big enough bite to remove a large section of my bone. >> you wouldn't want to have that bite. >> stephanie: steph, i see the beaver sound bite and raise him one paul lynn. >> sound bite: beaver face. >> paul, can you get an elephant drunk? yes, but he still won't come up
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to your apartment. >> stephanie: oh, boy. speaking of paul. another paul. i hear things romney mentions as gifts from obama, but those are a function of government. no one is making the obvious statement that it was romney's campaign was promising cash in the form of a 20% tax cut. there is no better gift. thank you paul. stephen with some new thinking on the fiscal cliff. steph, how about if we push the republicans off the fiscal cliff and we ride our ponies back counsel the hill of multi racial community picnic event. what did a dressage pony. i'm going to name nine mine stormy.
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>> it took a big bite out of my bone. >> stephanie: who is the biggest sore loser. mitt romney or john mccain. >> sound bite: oh, my god. >> stephanie: susan rice is not qualified to be secretary of state because she's not very bright. but sarah palin was the best choice to be vice president. [ bell ringing ] there is that n. did you see this, he got in a spat about why he was having a press conference instead of going to the committee meeting where he would get the information that he was screaming for. >> here he is screaming at the reporter. >> who the hell are you telling me whether i can or not. i'm not giving you an answer for the tenth time. >> stephanie: it's not policy. >> who the hell are you.
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[ aah! hello. angriyest man in the world. john mccain. he just gets bitterer and bitterer. we thought he was angry in the original campaign. >> he needs a take his pill and take a nap. >> i hate you and i hate your face. >> stephanie: let's review shall we? john mccain has promiseed to filibuster susan rice. randy roads, my radio bff who was talking about the different between condoleezza rice and susan rice and our rice is better than your rice. >> the san francisco treat. >> sue an rice was getting her information directly from the c.i.a. which i smell a very large rat. >> stephanie: this was the information that was out there. >> whereas don'twhereas condoleezza
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rice knew there no wmd. >> stephanie: many times the worst national security failure happens on her watch and she gets promoted to secretary of state, and john mccain has no problem with that. he'll block do whatever to block the nominations that our power and said he's not very bright although she's stanford educated. i came in aahh this was over my head. she's like sydney allen, she was way out of high league. interestingly, john mccain took a far different approach to
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another rice in 2009. [ magic wand music ] when bush nominated condoleezza rice to the post, mccain supported it saying that saddam hussein was developing weapons of mass destruction. he said we can disagree on policy and lots of things, but i think condoleezza rice is a person of integrity. yes, i see bitterness over a very tough campaign--really! not like we would see subsequently. >> wow. >> stephanie: yeah. any way. >> who the hell are you. >> stephanie: well thanks for asking. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: there was a set of talking points that was provided to congress, grampy. the video had been cited as being the impetus for the attack
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in recent weeks challenging the republican narrative. this is what the reporter was asking about. and mccain skipped the committee meeting on benghazi to cry about not getting information been benghazi. all of the senators press available may be interviewing with his ability to gather information about the event. and like that was too obvious so he has this little sidekick lindsay graham with him and then he brings kelly iot. i don't want to look like i'm picking on the chicks, so let's bring on a chick. that was the-- >> that was the exchange we just played. >> they're calling it an intense exchange.
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the mccain spokesperson said mccain was absent from the benghazi meeting due to a scheduling issue. >> stephanie: the schedule to have his face in front of the camera every moment. >> oh grampy. angry men yell at clouds. >> stephanie: i see that cartoon in my head every time he talks. >> sound bite: cancel the apple pie on the seat. oh grandpa. are you sitting on the pie? i sure hope so. >> stephanie: heas long as i've known him he has another wavered on class classified information. he made it clear that his he is
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rig nation was over an extramarital affair and not classified information or benghazi. you said at the closed hearings. >> it's closed hearing. it's classified information is probably being discussed. >> we wouldn't want to be like paula broadwell and have classified information downloaded into our brain. >> stephanie: accidently. okay. >> so general petraeus can't keep it in his pants, therefore, obama must be impeached obviously. >> stephanie: yeah right george bush appointed--yeah that's obama's fault. >> and that eric cantor didn't say anything about that, even though you knew something about it but didn't leave his--never mind. >> stephanie: diane in chicago. hi diane. >> caller: how are you this morning? >> stephanie: good go ahead.
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>> caller: john mccain has post election syndrome like sometimes it may not hit them until four years later and this is what is happening with him. so you know-- >> stephanie: normally you get too hold to old to hold a grudge? i'm too old to care about anything. >> no, they don't. no, they don't. he's thinking, oh, i should have reacted like this four years ago. let me get them now. >> stephanie: exactly. it gets worse and worse. you think he'll be over this by now. i think i'm--would you love to be a fly on the wall in his living room election night? he's the angriest dog in the world because it further validated obama. it was not a fluke. >> i'm sure he might have even wanted to hit something. >> stephanie: interesting. >> not a bit like ed harris.
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>> stephanie: la von, am i saying this right? welcome to the stephanie miller. >> caller: it's laverne. >> stephanie: we're sorry laverne. >> caller: my question stephanie is this. in 2001 when the terrorists did attack the u.s. where were all these republicans then demanding answers? i understand the situation that went on in benghazi, and my heart goes out to all the families. but where was this anger in 2001 when we needed them to be angry? >> stephanie: exactly. i think his partisan stripes have never been, like you say when you compare condoleezza rice. it's so ridiculous. 17 minutes after the hour and known unsolicited testimony to soda stream. >> just in time for the holiday.
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>> stephanie: thank you jim. >> i was doing other stuff. >> stephanie: that was un uncharacteristically helpful of you jim. >> stephanie: two years ago we bought soda stream and thought it would be great but two years later we love it any more. i don't buy soda any more, and with the coupons that bed bath and beyond are always sending they cost very little. you are so many flavors and you can have any flavor you want. there are over 60 flavors right, chris. >> even stuff like country time and the crystallite. >> stephanie: what's that you say? they're your favorite blinds. >> one for every second. >> stephanie: country time, diet all natural energy drinks, regular. >> and you could just make sparkling water. >> hmm. [ magic want wand music.
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[ . >> and no bottles to throw away. >> stephanie: and my favorite, you could have alcohol. >> i'm sure they don't encourage that. >> stephanie: sure they do. do you know that every theater that sexy liberal has ever played at has said that's the most alcohol we have ever sold. get your soda stream in time for the holidays. prices start at $80 and it saves you money over time. and no lugging. >> we're not lugging people. >> stephanie: no target, walmart, kohl's beth bath and beyond, you can find stores near yew. and sue from rockwell loves it. >> sound bite: can you positively guarantee that it will give me an orgasm? yes. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show."
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the john and pam show. i don't think we talked to them post election. ♪ it's the john and pam show ♪ john and pam show ♪ >> stephanie: good morning john and pam show. >> caller: good morning. >> caller: good morning, baby. >> aah. >> caller: i don't know if you're having it out here there, but we have groups setting up tables in front a couple of post offices. they've got obama painted up as hitler, and they're taking signatures to impeach him. >> stephanie: based on what now? >> caller: come of it is over--is over what happened at benghazi. some of it is coming down to that they just don't want him in office. >> you can't impeach somebody just because you don't want them in office. >> stephanie: these two groups are at cross purposes. people want to secede and they
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don't want obama. they need to work that out within themselves. >> caller: they've got these signs, i'm so upset. these tables, like john said, obama dressed as hitler, and they have 9/11/2012. i told john i want to go back today and maybe take some pictures. >> stephanie: oh dear. >> caller: but, steph, you know, i saw it. as a nation we have we haven't grown up. >> every state in the nation has a petition to secede. when has this ever happened? well right. >> caller: where were all these people when bush was in office and he said there were weapons of mass destruction and all our men and women over there were killed.
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>> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: and nobody did anything. >> stephanie: it really is like a national temper tantrum. these employers they're lashing out at their customers or their employees. >> caller: i'm just so--i'm disappointed stephanie. i'm just so disappointed. >> stephanie: oh, i know honey what can you say? you just hope that time will heal this because it's really incredible. >> there is always going to be an extreme i can't yahoo in this country. >> caller: i thought after the election there would be some unitedness, we have come so far with our president. and now i-- >> stephanie: you got to take some heart in the election results. we are in the obviously the vast majority. that's the only--let's think about if the election turned out
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the other way how we would feel. >> caller: steph, i just hope--i hope that these few people that are out there doing this, they stop. because they won't allow the president to make this a better united united states to unite us. >> stephanie: pam, i don't know if you heard me yesterday there is definitely a sad side. last week we were all about celebrating and good fun. but i'm telling you to the woman who disfigured her husband, ran over him with a car because he didn't vote and she was upset about obama getting elected. and a gay guy killed himself. a gay guy killed himself. his partner said he left a note saying f-obama. are people losing their minds? i don't know. >> caller: i was so joyous that
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we had--we had elected obama again. i thought we were going to move forward. >> stephanie: we are, we are, we are. >> caller: i feel like i'm slipping back in the 50s. >> the 1860s actually. >> that didn't work out so well for them last time. >> caller: no, i don't think so. from everything i ahead. >> stephanie: some commissioner said that--i don't know where in the south that they were finally going to enact the healthcare exchange. going up against the feds, we tried that and didn't work out so well last time. 29 minutes after the hour right back on "the stephanie miller show." to some degree won the spin cycle in the last wisconsin election. i heard rush limbaugh, oh, they're asking the unions to give up a little bit. they already agreed. that's not what this is about. scott walker testified to that it won't do anything for the budget. he just wanted to strip their collective bargaining rights.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] people when i'm upset. do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> friday is hawaiian shirt day. >> stephanie: is it passage free friday? has jacki schechner declared a pants free friday? 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the pom then the number toll-free from anywhere. >> caller: why is he talking to speaker boehner. wasn't he tried to get everybody paid off. >> stephanie: from the tobacco companies. >> caller: from the cigarette companies, i mean for years. i've watched politics for years and i mean it was always like a
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joke two and three years ago always drunk all the time. >> well, yeah. >> caller: you know, a political joke. i've heard people say that. i just want to make a comment. i was watching david schuster the last show, and i can't--i just want to make a comment because i've watched him for years, too. my friend have sisters in college, and i guess he's really popular in dorms. >> stephanie: he's dreamy. >> caller: in dorm rooms. people have pictures of him in their dorm rooms. >> stephanie: really? i can't wait to tease him about that. >> caller: politics, i'm just a housewife, and i hear stories about college but we're not there. >> stephanie: he's like a political geek liker beat. >> like shawn cassidy of the political world. >> caller: they were talking about religion on the last show, and i just wanted to make a comment.
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it seems that all the republican ministers, you know, like the evangelical people their ministers are more like glenn beck, what they were taught. they probably had ministers like glenn beck in their churches. i'm lutheran so i just had a pastor like a regular he didn't do anything but read out of the bible. he didn't act like glen we glenn beck. if you're raised you don't know the difference. but people who have religious parents that are taught in the traditional way from their grandparents are different than born again people. >> stephanie: i don't much-- >> caller: either you have parents, grandparents or great grandparents who taught you or a minister you don't know anything about religion, and you have glenn beck.
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>> stephanie: i don't know much about lutherism except you have great hot dishes. >> caller: it's your traditional catholic or traditional methodist, it's all from catholic. i'm swedish. >> i'm practiceing catholic. i practiced so good i'm not practicing any more. >> that's easy to do on pants free friday into. >> stephanie: it is. you're much quicker than usual. like chris buying jesus. >> what. >> stephanie: former navy chaplain gordon clingenscmidt. >> i wonder if he noserings knows
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knows reince priebus. priebus. >> stephanie: he argues that same-sex marriage is hastening end times. people who support same-sex marriage are ultimately the same as those who crucified christ. who said nothing about homosexuality. he had been on. >> clingenscmdit. >> stephanie: schultz, clingenscmdit is here. >> stephanie: he was on some radio show, and he claimed that lgbt rights and same-sex marriage would receive a stinging rebuke in the next election. he's like dick morris.
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>> mitt is going to lose in a landslide and then i'm going to lose 140 pounds. >> stephanie: those who condone destruction as much as those who are getting married. bringing destruction to the earth that's a common fallty. >> did he elaborate. >> stephanie: he said new testament christians are exempt from all of the old testament you scriptures. >> who chose the exceptions? >> reverend clingenscmdit. >> stephanie: reverend clingenscmdit. >> it was my understanding it was all or none thing. >> cenk: he has written a self-published book "the demons of barack obama"." >> we get sent a lot of self published books.
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>> stephanie: i publish them myself. would you like to have me on? >> no. >> stephanie: no. we bills himself as an exorcist. there is a job waiting for him. >> does it involve hitting a pillow with a tennis racket. >> stephanie: what do you say? >> why did you do this to me! >> yeah, it's hilarious. that's the video has etched itself in my brain. >> this is the guy who degays homosexual men by cuddling them. >> clingenscmdit. >> stephanie: this is my favorite part. he claims that gay demons can affect animals explaining why homosexuality is in the animal
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kingdom. it happens in every species. >> where does that say that in the bible. >> stephanie: i think fred has been playing with the gay demons. fred is more affectionate--that's all i'm saying. he always has a guilty look like he's just been in the park getting, you know. >> that happens a lot in parks. >> stephanie: he looks aao. >> you think fred is a little bit of a whore. >> stephanie: a little bit of a man whore. >> spreads his legs for everyone everyone. >> stephanie: max is straight. i love both of my sons equally. >> max plays football. >> stephanie: this one female friend i have, max goes like the arc of the lost covenant right to the nose. >> right to the mm-hmm.
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>> stephanie: crash rocket nose. take your or organ back out. >> clingenscmdit! [ laughing ] >> stephanie: because i just thought this was awesome. gay marriage and marijuana legalized the same day. if a man lays with an another man like a woman must be stoned. everybody loves my point. let's go to wayne in text. texas. >> caller: hey mama, life your show. it is very refreshing, i got to tell you. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: after your last reference to the right wing, have you ever noticed or is it
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me that as they try to bring fascism to america it comes wrapped in a flag and carried on a cross. but what i really called about is john mccain. i feel so sorry for john mccain. he's not just a grumpy old man. he's senile. >> stephanie: i felt bad for mitt romney until he talked again. >> caller: he should wander away to the old folks home and drool all over his bib instead of all over us. >> i expect you want to see my angry crotched grandpa disco card. >> sound bite: sir this is expired. >> sound bite: it's good for a lifetime. it's expire. >> we've been working together almost 20 years. >> stephanie: it's kind of sick. you complete me.
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>> oh god. >> stephanie: not like that was a good thing. >> back when you were a lad with no guns. >> stephanie: hello dana. >> caller: good morning. i have my my girlfriend watching. her first time watching, a shout out. and petie is objecting. >> stephanie: petie is handsome and romantic. >> caller: we wanted to be the first official turner rocks fan of the stephanie miller. get out of my panties. >> stephanie: your girlfriend is a little trollop. what's going on there. >> caller: she's in big trouble. what's going on with bill 298? did i fall asleep during the election? now they're right back on the
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defunding planned parenthood bandwagon. and the heartbeat. >> stephanie: don't you love how boehner and others think the election never happened? >> caller: are we in a time warp. >> stephanie: and the states who voted to legalize marijuana. that's what's going on. they're high. aaaaaa rock on. 45 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show"." >> sound bite: that happened and we all let it happen. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: this is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. i don't know if he has done it yet david he canner man. >> they've requested security more than you wanted to provide. a quarter of a billion dollars in security upgrades that you refused to make in this committee. >> stephanie: in benghazi. >> then you have the audacity to come here and say why wasn't the protection of these people provided for. the answer is because you damn didn't provide it. >> stephanie: whew!
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>> go on. >> stephanie: good for him. >> and they responded? ha ha, ha i got to go. >> stephanie: is this responsible, are they saying stuff like this. >> what is clear is this administration, including the president himself has intentionally misinformed the american people in the aftermath of this tragedy. >> no, sir it is not clear. >> stephanie: it's clear that the president lied? so there is no need for investigation or anything. >> because he knows. >> stephanie: right. representative. >> president obama has the gall to float the name as possible secretary of state the name of the person who is the actual vehicle used to misinform the american people during this crisis. the arrogance and dishonesty reflected in all of this is
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breathtaking and it's about time that the president of the united states decide to level with the american people. list find out the facts. let's not stone wall this issue and cover up mistakes. >> this is no stone walling, no cover up. >> she got the information directly from the c.i.a. >> stephanie: they know full well. this is not unintentional. he got the exact same briefing that susan rice did. he got the same information from the c.i.a. >> if someone stuck a camera on dana robacker face, he would have said the same thing. he's an a-hole if. >> stephanie: i wonder if he knows clingenscmdit. >> stephanie: reince priebus is on the phone for you. >> no, reince priebus does not have the energy to shout like that. >> stephanie: you doesn't have
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the energy to dial. >> whining voice: i'm going to go lie down. >> stephanie: she's the vehicle of misinformation? ♪ you are an idiot ♪ ha, ha, ha, ha ♪ >> stephanie: i can't believe dana robacker comes from california. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: i'm upset with when congressman jesse jackson has been gone so long in a mental health hospital i think there should be some rule that a republican has to go away to a mental health hospital too there are so many candidates i think john mccain ought to be the one. >> stephanie: let's not make fun. all right.
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>> representative jackson we wish him well. >> stephanie: yes. hello, marlene. you're on "the stephanie miller show." marlene, by the way, i don't think john mccain is mentally ill. he's just cranky. >> like old men generally are. >> stephanie: exactly. i was going to update on you the the. [ world world news music ] >> stephanie: the finding appears to bolster assertions by petraeus and his lova. his biographyer-slash-lova. >> his thang. >> his boo. >> stephanie: his good thang. their affair did not put national security secrets at risk. wow, did you see that.
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[ music [ world news music ] >> he had--wow, broad well told petraeus republican money men approached her about a senate run in north carolina. >> why her? >> stephanie: she volunteered what happened to six new acquaintances at an aspen conference that evening over drinks. she had told a small group that she had been arguing with her mentor. >> lover. >> stephanie: about the direction of her career. the republican money men approached her. she was tempted, but she ignored
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the idea. >> because she knows lance armstrong? >> stephanie: is it the lack of body fat. >> you chicks are so obsessed with her lack of body fat. >> stephanie: she's that kind you should learn not to beat with me. you know what i mean. look at my arms. you don't have to where sleeveless every time. show off. >> sound bite: you don't have to compete with me! i always win. >> it's snowing you should have sleeves. >> stephanie: i went running with general petraeus. he thought he was going to test me. i tested him blah-blah-blah. >> that's name dropping. >> stephanie: i went running with lance armstrong. >> isn't she like 40 years younger than petraeus. >> stephanie: 20 but whose counting. >> petraeus is 60. >> stephanie: yeah, she's 40. how do i know every detail. >> this is like andrea thing for
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you. >> stephanie: right? i hardly get anything right. i can't pronounce anything but i know every detail from the bill o'reilly sex scandal. ask me anything. glen from wisconsin. you're on "the stephanie miller show" show. >> caller: hi stephanie jim chris. i have a syndrome, obs obama beat down syndrome. the founding members are john mccain and mitt romney. they belong to the obc club. >> stephanie: the sore loser. >> i'm down with obc. >> you know me. >> stephanie: yeah, you know me. >> caller: i think that they're just both bitter as hell that they got beat by a black man. >> stephanie: oh, i don't know. i don't know if it's--that's just the icing--that's just the black icing on on the cake. getting beaten is bad enough.
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we officially enjoy ourselves way too much. >> i think so. >> stephanie: we enjoy each other, we enjoy ourselves. >> way back in the election scandal 2004. i said we need to learn to hack it back? somebody has. the protectors who took down o rca. >> stephanie: allegedly. >> allegedly. >> stephanie: that would be kind of funny. >> yes, it's great. >> stephanie: 58 minutes after the hour. we're right back with lewis black coming up. we've got jacki's healthcare corner. and we've got all kind of stuff on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] american and they don't pay taxes. good to know. they're the ones destroying the private sector. right back with the former and future alan grayson on "the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome.
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we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello current television land. representative peter welch coming up and lewis black. jacki schechner we're going to jacki's heat care corner. there are so many right wing douche nozzles trying to obstruct healthcare. >> we have a new one. i have more restaurant i need to boycott now. >> stephanie: you barely eat anyway, you teeny little thing. some republican states are start to go warm up to the healthcare law. >> yes my mother is florida rick scott news correspondent and he seems to be coming around. >> stephanie: we'll talk about
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that. there has to be something in it for him as we said earlier. we'll get to jacki schechner in the current news center. >> budget negotiations start today as the president and vice president welcome congressional leaders to the white house on the list. majority leader harry reid, mitch mcconnell and house speaker john boehner and nancy pelosi. they're all going to try to make some progress in coming to an agreement in how to increase revenue and decrease spending before the tax cuts expire for everyone and pre-determined spending cuts kick in automatically. the president said he's willing to compromise but not if it means protecting the top 2% from paying their fair share. "huffington post" reports that a coalition of labor groups are mounting a campaign to put pressure on coming to a progressive solution to avoid the fiscal cliff. they would air ads targeting house republicans and some
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senate democrats they say protect healthcare, education social security and rely heavier on higher tax it was. peter king spoke briefly with report he is this morning following general david petraeus' testimony behind closed doors. did he not give many details stating it's an ongoing investigation. >> they now clearly believe that it did not arise out of a demonstration. it was not spontaneous and it was clear terrorist involvement. >> she's talking about the september 11th attack on our consulate in benghazi. general petraeus went from the house directly over to the senate where the hearings started this hour. he's answering more questions behind closed doors about that attack. we'll see what kind of information we get out that have meeting in the next hour or so. more stuff after the next break and comedian lewis black. you don't want to miss him.
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(vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." happy friday, 1-800-steph-12 the toll free number from anywhere. apologies to your friend rob reiner and princess bride. they keep using the word compromise.
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>> i don't think it means what it means. >> stephanie: compromise, we lose in a landslide. >> and then you do what we want. >> stephanie: and then you're the republican losing tax plan. how about that. huh? >> yeah. >> stephanie: how about we stay as obstructionist as-- as--bleep--before the election and pretend it didn't happen. how about that. tony in tennessee. it's a brief complaint can i be so bold to make a discussion. can you get a bigger garbage can. it kills me to see you struggle with that little can. >> that is a recycle bin. it's not a trash can. >> stephanie: it's not big enough. thank you. thank you tony, for looking out for me. i appreciate it. [applause] okay wow i love the headline. republicans, get off the stage mitch--mitt--mitch.
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>> that's what dave letterman calls him. >> stephanie: oh god. first of all what a dufus. apparently he didn't know there were reporters on the conference call. this guy just doesn't learn. he was doubling down on the 47% comments that got him in so much trouble in the first place and like everything else he said in his campaign, completely untrue. i kept trying to unpack what he said and its like nobody is getting free healthcare. what is he talking about? it just doesn't--look here he was again. >> what i would do if i was a democrat running four years from now? dental care ought to be included in obama-care. immigration we can solved but giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with. >> stephanie: what? seriously. this is from salon. what a great piece about the sore loser club.
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>> cry baby, sore losers. >> stephanie: as sean hannity would say. >> and did say. >> stephanie: yes, and did say. romney is disparaging obama's coalition behind closed doors. it reinforces the worst image of romney who is a sneering plutocrat with contempt for the common man. the man who defeated him has publicly saluted him twice. this is the time for romney to show grace humility and humor too. instead he's coming across as as a sore loser rather than giving his opponent any credit. it's incredible ego. ann romney said this man does not fail. it's like he cannot fathom, he can't get his mind around what happened. literally, these are the excuses of a sore loser. the same can be said for paul ryan. the president should get credit for achieving record-breaking turn out areas from urban areas. first, completely not true.
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this smacks of sore loser. getting lost in swing states rhode island, new hampshire and if ryan was using urban as a substitute for blacks, yes, he has had votes but also from other areas. romney this is bad form, the sort of thing that might sound good to conservativers, and comes across as tone deaf from just about everybody else. here are some fun fact. urban areas like janesville, wisconsin. would you like the fun facts there welcome only 37% of ryan's hometown voted for him and his running mate. 62% of the jamesville vote went
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to president obama. that greedy urban area of jamesville wisconsin. >> the hood. >> stephanie: yeah. enough of the failed presidential numberee. they had an enough of him a long time ago. after saying that he claims obama won due to gifts bestowed on women and minorities, romney's comments have not been well received. romney's theory is not just wrong, it's pernicious. here's hoping that he finally rides over in the political sunset. bobby jindal excoriateed romney.
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and if he didn't eliminate enough hispanics look in the mirror. >> this is not the way we want the republican party to go. if you want voters to like you you got to like them first. it's not helpful to tell vetters voters that you think that their vote was bought. we need to stop. >> even kenneth the page makes sense. >> people who are on food stamps, government assistance. they don't want to be there. they're there because they don't have the ability to get better paying jobs. it's our responsibility to grow the economy, give them the education and opportunities to have a better quality of life. >> stephanie: yikes. republicans starting to make sense--no. david fromm held up romney's latest comments as emblematic of his failed campaign. this is why you lost.
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he wrote mitt romney was very wrong to see 2012 as a ref ran dumb on stuff. it was a referendum of creating jobs. we lost votes because voters did not believe the magic of upper upper--wow. i love the latino vote. you just probably lost it for the next decade, thanks, mittens. romney-- >> i love firing people. >> stephanie: making it harder for the party to move forward. the gifts comments getting play in the hispanic media will be well aware of what republicans are saying as romney's presidential misstep. he's gaffing even after he's done. what a fufus. >> he needs some gaffers tape over his mouth.
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>> stephanie: romney's gift comments indicates he misread the election as a results. that view of the american people of the election is at odds of the truth of what happened last week said jay carney. thank you. [applause] haley barber at the republican governor's convention. >> we have to give our political organizational activity a very serious-- >> enema? >> proke toproke to go >> proctology exam. >> stephanie: listen to this guy. suspected voter fraud because dozens of black people voted. >> dozens? >> dozens? >> stephanie: the outgoing main republican party chairman. >> outgoing. >> stephanie: dozens of black
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people that were unfamiliar to me voted on november 6th. >> dozens of black people. >> stephanie: city officials say i don't know anybody who knows any black people in town. >> in some part of the state there were dozens of black people who voted. nobody in town knew them. >> where do "z" they come from. >> black people know in maine, too. >> stephanie: 56% of the main vote. mitt romney won 40.9%. that would mean 107,000 blacks voted illegally in little towns in maine. nicely done. nicely done, my friends. >> stephanie: i love this, what is this, progress? webster's methodology is flawed. not knowing any black people isn't evidence that they don't exist.
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[ laughing ] having a piece of mail bounced back does not mean that voters lied intentionally about their address. he said, let's see he's going to mail people a letter, he's going to mail them a letter and that's how he's going to catch the sneaky black people who voted in rural maine towns. so there is that guy. 16 minutes after the hour comedian lewis black coming up, and then representative peter welch as we continue on "the stephanie miller show" show. >> eek i just puked on my dashboard again. it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 21 minutes after the hour. comedian lewis black coming up. speaking of black people. n. world news music ] >> oh, my god. >> stephanie: no, i had to laugh. i just love this. this is like america's funniest racist pranks. as i mentioned, he thinks there is voteer fraud in the state because no one he knows know anyone who is black. he intends to find those who committed voteer fraud by sending
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thank you notes to sender and see if they're sent back. >> that's not prove of anything. >> stephanie: dozens of black people voted and there is a scandal. he said i'm not politically correct, and maybe i should not have said these voters were black, but to say that i'm biased against any group that's sleazy. you're just sleazy. that's funny. jim in new hampshire you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi jim. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. i want to thank you and current for being the voice of republican during this last election. there was no joy in romneyville when the mighty mitt struck out. >> stephanie: no. >> caller: i think the republicans ought to point those douche nozzles back to themselves. when i grew up, the america love it or leave it. if you don't like it, leave it. thank you very much. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. well he suggested the libertarian paradise of somalia.
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>> no gun control. no laws of any kind. >> stephanie: no government up in your face. >> just be. do what you will. >> no stop lights. no fire departments. >> stephanie: just go. go when you want to. betty in south carolina. welcome. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hello, betty, go ahead. >> caller: yes, stevie, i was calling in about the episode in benghazi. i don't take death lightly but it seems that there is a whole lot of rhetoric going on about this episode. chris andersen was appointed ambassador. he was asked if he wanted to accept this post. nobody forced him to take this post. this was a matter of choice. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and we have service men over in afghanistan and iraq and different places, and they
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are being attacked every day-- >> stephanie: that's the sad thing. he really loved the people of libya. he pleased they were ready for democracy. they loved him back. you saw people there protesting with his picture after this whole tragedy. all right eric cantor talking about the petraeus situation. >> the information that was sent to me sounded as if there was a potential for a national national security vulnerability. >> stephanie: mm-hmm, and eric holder on the whole situation. >> we follow the facts. we do not share outside the justice department, outside the fbi the fact of ongoing investigations. we made the determination as we were going through the matter that there was not a threat to national security. >> stephanie: aah, yeah. by the way sean hannity blames him for everything.
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>> yes, it's his fast. >> stephanie: because they did not go after fast and furious. it must be his fault. there he is. comedian lewis black. you must be so happy clapy as you normally are after this election. >> i'm just happy it's over and we have a fiscal cliff. i've forgotten about the fiscal cliff. they didn't talk about the fiscal cliff. it was never discussed. not in any of the discussions about the discussions. before the discussions did they discuss the fiscal cliff. so how come no one brought it up during that--not one of the questioners, not nothing. and then literally the day after oh we're in a fiscal cliff really? >> stephanie: you say it sounds like an event from the x-games. >> yes. >> stephanie: you made a good point. this is when both parties start talking to each other and stops talking to us. >> i'm a strong believer they better shut up soon or i'm going to do something bad. i can't stand it.
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i really can't stand it. the democrats have to learn how to talk. and the republicans have to learn how to stop talking. it's appalling. >> stephanie: it doesn't seem like some republicans learned anything from what happened last week. john boehner is saying, oh no, i'm not going to do the middle class tax cut compromise. >> no, you know, john boehner is--first off partly it would help him if he doesn't allow them to shoot him in high high def. the orange looks creepy enough, but it looks creepier. >> stephanie: there is a national freakout. every state has a petition to is he succeed. >> good, let emgo. i'm not new york isn't, then we can start invading them again and get them back as what they should be, which is territories. >> there go. >> and then they can try to
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become states again. because they're going to do really well on your own. >> stephanie: were you surprised by the election results? no. >> i knew that. that's weird because i'm never right. i said don't worry about it as long as ohio was holding. those numbers never changed. once i saw that i said, ballgame over. >> stephanie: isn't that further evidence about why they shouldn't have been president and vice president and how clueless mitt romney and paul ryan seem? >> it's unbelievable. ryan is not only clueless, i think he's crazy. because if you look at his eyes, he had the eyes of a wolf that hadn't eat no one three days. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: he has zombie eyes. >> plus any person who is basing their political in ayn rand is politically insane. i read ayn rand when i was 16. that's a really good book to
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read when you're 16 and you're trying to form your ideas of the individual versus the group. we used to say collective, but you can't say that any more. the individual or the group. that's a great thing to read at 16. but you realize by the time you're 17 that once you come to your conclusion you can't really base it on that book because it's fiction. these are fictional characters. she made the world up. that's how come it reads the way it does, schmuck. then in the end this guy blows up his own building. which makes him what, a terrorist. >> stephanie: there was something great by putting forth the catholic candidate who was supposed to help with that vote, who reports an atheist ayn rand. >> it was perfect. >> stephanie: and didn't even take his own state. the president said he only won becausehe said that the presidentwon
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because he won urban areas. >> he doesn't look like anybody from wisconsin. okay. i love wisconsin. and i trust wisconsin. and the one thing wisconsin doesn't care about is health. [laughter] this is the first state that i ate a hamburger that was fried in a stick of butter. >> stephanie: awesome. the 2013 running onture. lewis black. see the most funniest man in the world. i love you. >> you too stephanie. >> stephanie: i love him. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound bite: thank god it's friday. >> is that lewis black back back on the show. >> stephanie: current tv we have a current feeding the need initiative. we're going to talk about the farm bill and much more with representative peter welch. who joins us now. good morning representative. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: i have to ask you first, we've been talking about john boehner rejecting the president's request to extend the middle class tax cuts. don't you feel like, here we go again, like the election didn't happen. >> caller: i'm fearful of that. i think it's more complicated
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because i think my sense boehner would like to reach an agreement because he understands the real world, and there will be yet another huge price for his conference. but if you remember when he was negotiating the grand bargain with the president during the debt ceiling negotiations, and was willing to include revenue wehe went back to his conference, and they literally cut his legs off. he's filling that position. that's the dilemma. this fiscal cliff stuff is extremely important, but this is the moment of opportunity to have revenue as a very significant component of any debt reduction deal, and it has to be. the president is on strong ground, and he's holding firm, rightly so. he campaigned very specifically on new taxes on folks earning more than $250,000. he won and half the romney supporters in exit polls say that makes sense to them. boehner has a problem. his conference doesn't support
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that, but they--he is trying to lead them to political reality. >> stephanie: that's the thing it seems to me that it's really time to drop the talking points when you've lost analect an electoral landslide. >> that's exactly right. it's time to get specific and leave behind the vague campaign platitudes. here's the valley. the president has put a very specific plan on the table above 250, you go back to the clinton rates. you can do the math and figure out how much it is, $800 billion to 1 trillion-dollar. boehner is talking about yes we can have new revenues, but he is vague. he said we'll do tax code reform. the problem with that is he has got to get specific. show me the money. that's what the president needs to ask of mr. boehner. once you get into the tax code changes in all likelihood what they're talking about is taking away the healthcare deduction in ways that would hammer the
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middle class. >> stephanie: representative, it doesn't make much essential to me. they talk about compromise, but the compromise i've heard them offer is mitt romney's plan that was roundly rejected by the american people and as you said and the president said, the math doesn't work. >> you put it very nicely. you're right. they're offering a compromise by letting the president accept the plan that they ran on and lost. >> stephanie: that's very nice of them. representative, let's talk about the farm bill. obviously once again republicans were not helpful. tell us where we are on it now. >> it's up to eric cantor and john boehner whether to put that bill on the floor. we passed that in the senate, the bipartisan bill. we passed it in the agriculture committee. the bill has problems. there is a lot to debate but it is essential for instance in
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vermont dairy, it's important that we have nutrition programs and conservation programs. the con conservation programs and farm bill is another reason why we didn't have another dust bowl in this ferocious drought we had in the midwest. these things are controversial. how much will you paying on price supports, but we've got to vote yes or no. all of us should be held accountable for those votes. the one thing we can't defend is not voting at all. we've got to bring this bill to the floor and a number of us are doing whatever we can to persuade mr. boehner and mr. cantor to put it on the floor. this farm bilker whatever criticisms folks make it saves money. it's good for the taxpayers and provides in the case of dairy more security. >> stephanie: it provides nutritional programs and talking about jobs small farming businesses to provide jobs. >> and it has school programs.
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provisions to grow our organic farming industry, grow local. you know there is a whole new ethic in farming that young people are pushing where it's local production, it's best practices, it's not so energy-intensive. it's not all these pesticides and chemicals that they're pushing. this farm bill pushes us along the way. that's an economic, nutrition benefit if we can incorporate more of those policies in our pharmacy bill. >> stephanie: what is the dairy safety net. i must ask because i know you've been trying to get a fix for that. >> there is none now. but here's what the change was in our bill. it's called dairy stabilization. what it does is if the price of milk goes down under the current situation, the only way farmers can make up the lost income is increasing production. when they do that, the price of milk goes down even more.
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it sends a market signal to farmers where the price started to go down and farmers are encouraged to reduce production to stabilize the price. the benefit of it by making adjustments much like apple computer would make if they were manufacturing more ipods that people were buying they would cut down on production. it allows farmers to get more price stability and buyers to save money it would stabilize that price. it's an insurance program that the farmers pay into, and taxpayers pay into, but it's less expense to the taxpayers than the current safety net program for farmers called milc. >> stephanie: i don't know what you're going to deal with, first, but how do you think the fiscal cliff is going to play out? >> not well so far. the most important thing is that
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the president stand firm in his campaign position, that revenues have to be a significant part of it. he's flexible. he wants a deal. he'll probably do things to get it that some democrats won't like. but where he's holding firm and understands the urgency is to have revenue be significant part of it. whether we get the resolution before december 31st or january january 15th in our, quote over the cliff, it's par more important for the benefit of this country that we get a good, durable deal as opposed by the date that we achieve it. >> stephanie: do you feel some democrats durban and murray saying if we have to go over the cliff, let's go over it, and then the bush tax cuts expire and then there is a whole other conversation. >> i do. that's where what we need to do to get where we need to be. we don't want to sell out.
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so if we set out on revenues, which is probably what the republicans would require. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: then we're going to have a dead-end situation that will dig the hole deeper. if we have to wait until after the first, by the way, it's a slope. not a cliff. >> stephanie: right, right. >> caller: we'll put legislation on the floor that would allow everybody in congress to vote for a tax cut at that point for 100% of the people. even the top 2% who would go back to the clinton rates would still enjoy the lower rates on their income up to $250,000. >> stephanie: i mean, let's hope because obviously we would have all of leverage if we do in fact go over the slope cliff or dirt hole, whatever you said. good luck with all of it, vermont where the cheddar is delicious and the congressmen are awesome. >> caller: thank you. >> stephanie: bye bye. there we go.
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>> the congressman is awesome. >> stephanie: it's a teeny tiny little state. >> they have more senators than congressmen. >> stephanie: hi wayne. >> caller: hello ms. stephanie how are you? ed. >> cenk: good, go ahead. >> caller: i have a couple of thoughts. one, i'm going to eventually read you a short e-mail that i got from a--i thought it was a friend of 55 years. turns out he was just an acquaintance because you'll want probably get a kick out of it when i read it to you. >> stephanie: is it long, wayne? can you just give me the gist? is it a republican friend you lost because of the election? >> caller: yeah, yeah, that's--he no longer wants to be my friend or have anything to do with me because i might have voteed for obama. >> stephanie: yikes. >> caller: 55 years down the road, but hey. >> stephanie: that is sad. that is really sad wayne. i'm not a big fan of reading
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letters on the air. you're saying--a lot of people saying on facebook losing friends. are we going to collectively regain our minds at some point are or people going to stop spinning on their backs? >> herp-derp. >> stephanie: that's the best argument i've heard. >> a lot of mayday friends said if you vote for romney you can defriend me now. guys stop it. it's just one election. >> stephanie: carol--the republicansif therepublic withstood eight years of bush. we can stand it. good morning carol. >> caller: thank you and for your whole team. without it i think i would lose my sanity. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: the last time we had this much hate and vitriol we lost a president you know who that is, kennedy i'm so afraid for president obama.
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>> stephanie: i heard someone say this on the radio i hope he sacrifice this next four years. believe me. >> we have to quadruple the secret service e because there are a ton of crazies. since when have we seen every state sign a petition for secession. you're right there is some really bad mix of racism and i don't know what, hatred. >> stupidity. what else is thrown in there, a little bit of dill? i'm sorry that's my sauerkraut recipe. you know my point. it's anger spite, a toxic mix. and dill will not make it better. >> no, it won't. >> sound bite: that's a big f-ing dill. >> sound bite: that happened and we all let it happen. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs.
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(vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is the stephanie miller. 1-800-steph-121-800-steph-12 toll-free from anywhere. >> caller: i'm calling from the great blue state of michigan. >> stephanie: wahoo. >> caller: the jennifer granholm state. >> stephanie: yeahyay, yay. go ahead. >> caller: i'm calling you from my hospital room. >> oh, are you okay?
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>> caller: yes, and i love this show. i started watching it in here. one of the nurses was telling me about it. so i started watching it, and i love this show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: but she was also sharing with me about the state's wanting to secede from the union. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i think that's what really prompted me to call. i hear all my life how far we've come in racial issues in this country. i guess that's only the case when we don't have a black president. it's just disappointing. that's why i love your show and shows like it. you know, your show is an example of how far we have come. >> stephanie: there wasn't one petition during the bush years. a lot of people feel he was a war criminal, frankly. >> caller: absolutely knew and should have been prosecuted. >> caller: absolutely. and no one complained about the
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the--no one wants to secede or anything. and you and i both know that gore got the screws. >> stephanie: as we said on al gore network. get better. let's dive in the right-wing world and see what's doing. fred barns. >> fred barns. >> this is a world of barack obama. he wants to raise taxes on the wealthy. he doubled down on it. this is in had his second term he wants to do. i don't think he cares about the economy. he wants to raise taxes on the wealthy. >> what? >> stephanie: yes, he ran on the rich paying their fair share and he won. fyi. >> big time. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh. >> i have waxed eloquently here on this program. i have longed for the day where people understand what liberal liberalism ideologically. i have begged the republican party to campaign on ideology
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and to explain to people what liberalism is. >> stephanie: yeah, they did. >> by pointing liberals out. you want to see liberalism. look at detroit. you want to see liberalism, look at california. you want to see liberalism, look at cuba. >> stephanie: another c-word. i think you did, and guess what, we won ♪ neener ♪ neener ♪ glenn beck. >> thank you non-choir. you have given our permission to programbarack obama and his evil nasty crew to lie to our faces for another four years. to put our country our freedoms, all of our hard-earned money, our businesses. >> stephanie: in glenn beck's mine. >> all at stake so we can be comfortable with lies, deceits and deceptions. thanks to the americans who made the worse
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choice in the history of of this land. >> stephanie: i can understand why the ratings plummeted to zero after he covered my time slot. really? who wants to listen to that. >> all of that negativity. >> stephanie: that's really fun. >> this is called the hate sack. it's a fact that people hate. everyone loves santa claus on christmas morning. but no one wants the credit card in january. until that bill is due which will probably come in mandarin. the guy who doesn't have the bill and he's stingy white stiff. that's what it was. >> you see the bush tax cuts were meant to expire two years ago, and you're still crying about it. >> stephanie: and you know who set them to expire? george bush. >> your guy. >> stephanie: that's why it's called the bush--
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>> yeah. >> stephanie: gary bernstein on hannity. >> they want to take what they perceive to be even handed but what they're doing is encouraging the obama administration, and what they're really doing is encouraging radicals. >> you think the world radicals were emboldened by the election? >> they didn't support romney. they were encouraged by obama. >> stephanie: there is trouble now with israel and that never happened before. >> back in 1972 richard nixon denied anything to do with a low level--had the press not been aggressive nixon would have gotten away with it.
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and the break in the watergate hotel was not nearly as important as failing to define a terrorist attack that killed four americans. obama made a mistake not getting ahead of the story. he should have given the facts weeks ago and the press let him get away with it, but now the heat is coming down, as it should. >> stephanie: i heard this on limbaugh. worse than watergate. worse than watergate. third rate burglary. >> if i had a nickel every time the far right said something obama did was worse than watergate. >> stephanie: clearly. jim, what are you going to say? >> it can be a terror attack that was inspired by that stupid movie. >> stephanie: which is what people on the ground said. >> it's not one or the other. >> stephanie: i don't dwelt get where this scandal is coming from. all these factors have been reported. >> the scandal is cutting funding for security that the
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congress had voted for. >> stephanie: let's play that again. representative gary ackerman from the great state of new york. >> they requested for worldwide security $440 million more than you guys wanted to provide. a quarter of a billion dollars in security upgrades that you refused to make in this committee. and then you have the audacity to come here and say why wasn't the protection of these people provided for? and the answer is because you damn didn't provide it. >> stephanie: wahoo. >> go representative ackerman. >> the president didn't say it was a terror attack right away. >> stephanie: do you know who congressman ackerman is brought to you by? he's brought to you by granger today. he's getting it done. granger with over 900,000 products for the ones who get it done. bam, nothing but radio net my
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friends. >> wheel of right wing hypocrites. >> stephanie: republican u.s. representative scott testified during divorce proceedings that he and his wife decided to have two abortions. >> the abortion guy. >> stephanie: he practiced medicine before going to congress and easily won a second term in tennessee's district. he once encouraged a patient with whom he was having an affair to have an abortion. he espoused an anti-abortion position saying all life should be protected. we are pro-life. he has campaigned and not returned messages. funny that. right back. >> hypocrisy. >> stephanie: "the stephanie miller show." the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> all right happy friday tv world. we have coming up a jacki schechner healthcare corner which is jam packed and also we will hang over the back fence and do the latest revelations in our obsession with the petraeus scandal. >> double fun. >> stephanie: yeah, just the headlines are funny businessmen. jill kelley wanted $80 million to broker a korean deal. it didn't medical right. >> and there is skydiving now. jacki will give us the details. >> stephanie: it doesn't smell right. the $80 million. i got your invoice. it doesn't smell right. something is off. >> what threw you off the
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miscellaneous line. >> like potato salad that was left in the sun. >> stephanie: it began to turn. all that coming up after news with jacki schechner in the current news center. >> senate majority leader harry reid said he wants to tackle filibuster reform stating that the rules as they stand now say it it's too easy for the minority to block the will of the majority. he hears from the progressive across the country, make them talk and then make them keep going and going. the idea is to make senators engage in a traditional filibuster. that would force objections out into the open, into the public and put pressure on lawmakers to defend their positions and objections. senator murphy is looking on a plan with senator reid's backing it could pass. reports that they would cut a deal with mitch mcconnell back in 2009 when mcconditional mcconnell
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said he would make sure things would run smoothly if reid didn't pass the reform. reid said he should have pushed for the changes back then. chris coombs has is introduced the fast voting act, he would use federal grants an incentive to reward states that improve their voting processes. the bill has a cosponsor and that would be senator mark warner. on the house side representative miller would require states to have 15 days of early voting and require them to have enough resources to voter and contingency plans in case lines gets too long. we are back with for after the break. see you on the other side. [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>>we tackle the big issues here in our nation's capital.
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happy friday. 1-800-steph-12 the number toll free from anywhere. oh my goodness, fiscal cliff in miami. he changed his name to fiscal cliff. he was known as formerly the artist known as cliff in miami. noticing some things. i hardly think it's a coincidence that some affiliates are switching to sports right after president obama won re-election. i remember the same thing happened in miami by the way where we had terrific ratings switching to a sports format right after the president won election in 2008. in 2008 i decided buy an i iphone and never went back to i heart radio. >> prerogative you can get that right now.
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>> technology wins. >> stephanie: a big build up to progress and progressives are listening online and smart phone apps. i recommend for $7.95 a month or $4.95 a month if you have a fear of commitment. best money i every spent. >> and we may be this far away from making an announcement about another way you can listen to "the stephanie miller show" on your iphone. >> stephanie: yeah, you can stop an idea whose idea has come. there is technology kids. robert writes the same thing right after the 2008 election, now they have a think about it--what is a fraction of an iota of the ratings that we have? the corporate powers to be are paying to hear progressive talk. online subscription or podcast to hear opinions or facts or
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alternative voices. you would think people might be are interested in public interest. what half the country thinks. seems the legislatures could under the fact that you could hear one dial or going to progressive one of the many ways as you said. there is a lot of tricky subversive ways. >> there not tricky or subversive. >> it's like being in occupy pied france listening to bbc. >> stephanie: can anyone access the internet to listen to you and other progressive shows. >> go to u /stevie miller. >> stephanie: that's where you were supposed to do your progressive voices. >> progressive or you stream stephanie miller.
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>> stephanie: and it might do well to jump on the bandwagon because we have a lot of great affiliates including this clear channel affiliate right here. how often do i have to report spots? >> lots of times. >> stephanie: we have awesome sales here a clearly channel. come join us if you would like to make money. >> some broadcasters would like to lose money just to try to keep people from hearing "the stephanie miller show"." >> stephanie: this is something i heard. we lost a lot of money from the rush limbaugh so we have to pitch to sportsswitch to sports? what? i didn't do it? >> you're one of the he was talking about. save the. >> stephanie: that's right. i would like to thank my friend sean hannity who featured me.
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this is why we're done away with because we're left wing hate merchants. >> that's what he thinks. >> stephanie: jim, you know how many people commented on mitt romney sweating profusely in the third debate. al brooks said if he sweated any more he would have to get-- >> a royalty. >> stephanie: right. a lot of jokes. i said he was sweating like a whore in church. he was not calling mitt romney a whore. >> although-- >> stephanie: however. and a lot of women agreed with me about them being the rapey party. >> because of all the comments because of rape. >> stephanie: alec baldwin knows you had a bad election chen you when you say the rapey guy lost and you have to say which one. >> the rhetoric hit the airwaves current to liberal talk radio stephanie miller.
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>> got $5 million from paul ryan's pack. that's the problem john, it's not just one guy. they have become the rapey party. literally, did you see mitt romney sweat like a whore in church. he was trying to sound like some weird hybrid hippy with all this people with friendship. >> rapey party, sweating like a whore in church about mitt romney. >> shocking. >> exactly. it's the movement. i think conservatives have had this wrong for a long time. what they said, sean, while we canning ignore these guys because they don't have any ratings. no one is listening. >> really? >> he thethe truth is they've been able to get their message out better than we ever thought and election day showed that. to ignore these people, ignore their ratings pay attention to what they're saying. a lot of times what they say on the shows end up on website, etc. there is no reason to just
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disregard this and say they don't have enough people listening. >> please, talk about us a lot. >> stephanie: gee, somebody is listening. you two are listening. [applause] >> that was a minute and a half of them giving you a commercial. >> stephanie: for people only listening to sports stations. [applause] i love one time, i told you this story sean hannity whined to me at a radio convention and ed schultz show was on opposite of him and ed schultz ran about every market he was beating shanahantyseanhannity. sean said that's not fair. i'm in places where there are low-watt signals. >> sucks to be you. >> cry baby, soar lauders. >> stephanie: sore losers. >> stephanie: that was so much fun. >> sore losers. >> up rising.
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>> lashing out. >> cry babies and sore losers. >> stephanie: jacki schechner. [ ♪ music ♪ ] good morning jacki schechner. >> oh, is it my turn now. >> stephanie: it's your turn now. >> ohic look at that. >> stephanie: let's first of all. [ world news music ] we'll get to the healthcare stuff but this is more fun. the latest allegation gas. i love this headline. businessman jill kelley wanted $80 million to broker korean deal. it didn't smell right. >> what was it the $80 million or the fact that she has absolutely nothing to offer towards the $80 million. >> she met her at the republican national convention in tampa. >> somebody wondered if she was at the rnc. granted, she lives in tampa. it's probably not that difficult for her to attend.
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the question was did she go to the convention? the answer is yes. >> i blame general petraeus for lapse of judgment for appointing her honorary council. >> which is the protection that she--what is the word that i'm looking for. she called upon when she called and said i'm an honorary consul and i need diplomatic protection protection. >> i have inviobility. >> she knew that word a little too well. >> stephanie: get these people off my lawn. that's hilarious. we have jacki schechner. >> you don't want the skydiving? >> stephanie: yes. >> there is an article out from usa today that apparently jill kelley went skydiving with the special operation command team. >> is that what the kids are callingcalling it today. >> it was one of the perks of her access, apparently there is
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a program some sort community outreach to local celebrities athletes and the media and she was allowed to participate. yeah. >> stephanie: it's like paula broadwell went running with lance armstrong. now it's a sex doping ring scandal. i don't know what is happening. all the scandals are emergeing. >> fame whore scandal. these girls are fame whores latching on anybody with fame. >> she'll get her tour de france medals. >> and then there is an article about her sister borrowing $300,000, she lent her the money and she was unable to pay that back. >> what was the money borrowed for, do we know? >> it doesn't say. the bankruptcy records show that he loaned her $300,000. she couldn't pay it back. it said that they dated at some point. that's a heck of a dating gift. >> jacki schechner as you know i'm a single elderly shut-in loser. but these gals have lives i don't recognize.
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skydiving, and who? running with lance armstrong? how easy--is it that easy to borrow $300,000? >> i hang out with you on the weekends. do you think i have insight into this? >> that's not jacki's lifestyle. >> i'm with you. are we doing something wrong. >> $300,000? i have that in the cushions of my couch. >> stephanie: let's nominate healthcare douche nozzle of the day. we have a new enentrant denny's owner plans to add a surcharge an barack obama surcharge. >> the ceo of denny. he's walking that back. >> stephanie: i teased that we were going to be doing this later on in the show. >> i thought it was because denny's had such a great reputation. >> add another 5% to that moons over my hammy. >> stephanie: this is another guy who said he also plans to
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cut employee hours. you know, this is just like a bad boss parade. >> this is what i don't understand the people who are supporting these decisions what exactly is it that you support? are you supporting poor treatment of employees. are you supporting greedy employers? unfair work--what is it exactly that you're in favor of if your' you're backing these guys. there was a papa johns blow up where papa johns john schnatter said he was going to charges for more pizza if there was healthcare reform. what are with you supporting. >> stephanie: screwing your employees while you live in a 40,000 square foot mansion. and the papa johns stock tripled under president obama. >> and now it's going down because of the lawsuit against
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them for spamming people with text messages. >> it's basically catchup on a cracker. have you ever had papa johns? >> not recently. >> yuck. >> stephanie: jacki schechner, can you stay in the side car. when we come back, we'll get into the serious stuff of senators who are starting to warm up to obama-care. >> sure, why not. >> stephanie: there she is in a helmet, jaunty scarf in the side car. back to "the stephanie miller show"." >> sound bite: oh god that felt weird and good all at once. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." a lot of hershey's happiness in little drops of milk chocolate. and cookies n creme. pure hershey's.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show"." 24 minutes after the hour. jacki schechner. >> yes. >> stephanie: before we get to the--we have to do a little healthcare corner. just on what mitt romney said. what the hell was he talking about? i mean, his comments weren't even based--nobody is getting free healthcare. these comments that people voted for obama because of free stuff? >> i would say the biggest gift the president gave me was winning. >> stephanie: thank you. >> this guy is our president that is a gift. >> stephanie: obama healthcare reform is a huge gift for latinos and blacks. in what way? >> i have no idea. i mean, there is a tag for all of this. we're not handing out--you get a healthcare plan. and you get a healthcare plan. >> stephanie: yeah he's oprah.
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i don't even know what he's talking about. imagine you get $30,000 a year and you get free healthcare. what's he talking about. >> you don't get free healthcare healthcare. he should know that. >> he doesn't understand that. he doesn't know what it means not to have aga a ga-billion dollars. and then he said free contraception was a big hit for college-age women. this must warm the cockles of your little geek heart. appearing in the republican resistence to obama's healthcare law the deadline is today. >> there was a hard deadline of today where the states had to say whether or not they were going to set up the state-based healthcare exchanges themselves or if they were going to turn it
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over to the federal government but they've extended a that now to december 14th. they have to indicate that they're on their way to planning but they have until december december 24th. a lot of states said they would not do anything until after the election hoping that mitt romney would win and they wouldn't have to deal with healthcare reform which all along we said was a bad idea because if the states don't set it up, the federal government would. >> stephanie: what are they saying now. >> they want leeway to work on it and others are handing it over. i don't know. maybe they think the government can't do it? maybe the idea is that they don't want to take it on. they're standing on some ideological principle. i don't know why they wouldn't want to do it themselves, it's
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counter intuitive. >> stephanie: some says rights are stating that they're doing it on their own exchange. >> we wanted a federal exchange because we thought there would be more bargaining power and more control set up nationwide. when you have states doing individual exchanges there is more opportunity for--i hate to use the word corruption or bribery, but that's the word that comes into play. on a state level you can bend the rules than if you have national oversight. what we wanted was that. we felt it would be stronger consumers if it were a national exchange. the benefit on the state level is if you needed to tailor something that was state specific, that would be a benefit. some say they know what is best for their states. let them show it. >> stephanie: i love even in mississippi republican insurance commissioner said about trying to fight the feds. we tried to do that 150 years
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ago in the south and it didn't work. in new mexico. the opposition is over. whatever states didn't think they were going to do, they will have to do, like it or not. it's a done deal. between the supreme court and the election results i don't get it there are some places like texas. like louisiana south carolina, others, they didn't change their opposition. what happens to those people. >> that's the sad part, right? a lot of states that are the poorest where people do need the most help when it comes access to healthcare are used to implement the changes that will help the people of their state. it really is suppressing in that regard, especially the supreme court ruled the federal government can't mandate that states adjust medicaid. what medicaid--the medicaid expansion is do cover people up to the poverty level which gives
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people who don't have access to healthcare would give them coverage. states say that will be a burden on them which is silly because the federal government picks up the tab for the first three years. it's more ideological than fiscal on their part. it's depressing and sad because we're giving people access to affordable coverage but we're not giving it because people are standing on ceremony. >> stephanie: what is your reduction this postprediction that this tantrum will be different. >> i wish it were over. >> stephanie: let's drink to it this weekend. like we do every weekend. 29 minutes after the hour on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking.
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>>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> we were actually looking for a cheap miller but you're a sexy little trash, the second you [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound bite: i'm your typical little girl. i like dancing ponies, and fighting knights. >> stephanie: yay. it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 434 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the toll-free income. renée in nashville. >> caller: stephanie. so good to talk to you. >> stephanie: you, too. >> caller: welcome to nashville. welcome to current and you're new to the nashville area. i've never heard you before, and you have view changed my viewing habits. you're helping us change this state purple. and you mispronounced the name, it's dagrle. but apparently they didn't
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notice. >> stephanie: yes, he's pro-life congressman who just won re-election even though his wife had two abortions and allegedly the patient he treated and also got pregnant and wanted to have an abortion. >> caller: you would be amazed, the local news, the people they spoke to for comments that were voting early. they said it was more of the lies. they said he became the victim instead. sad but true. help us change, steph. >> stephanie: i'm on it. another unsolicited testimonial. we're improveing cleanliness in america. i have to revise my morning schedule now that your show is on tv. i can't justify and watching so i found sitting down jobs while watching sowing hems, darning socks, you don't even know what
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that is, sure i do. >> that's what poor people do. >> stephanie: something. >> that's when you shame a sock darn you. >> stephanie: one that normally throw out when the hole appears. we're helping her not have to buy more socks. dusting with a hundred-handled swiffer. >> you don't clean. >> stephanie: i just don't have a swiffer. bringing a dressing dresser drawer to the tv and organizing my unmentionables and it is more difficult to find odd jobs now that everything is in order. linda in minneapolis. her house is incredibly clean and orderly. >> and her socks are darned. >> stephanie: darn socks. >> and she located a bond villain. >> stephanie: woman's swings nunchakus out of a sunroof while leading the police on a
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high-speed chase. i don't know if we know anything more about the story than that. >> how do you do that throw the sunroof. >> stephanie: that's my kind of gal, that's all i know. the police tried to pull over bonnie, 46. he spotted her throwing nunchakus out of her sunroof and she led police on a high speed chase swinging the nunchakus all the way. never swing nunchakus through the sunroof while driving on their list of safe driving tips. >> after texting. >> jim has a bugaboo while texting at red lights. >> stephanie: have you ever seen nosomeone swinging nunchakus. >> no, they're very effective
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against guns. >> stephanie: that's an indiana jones movie. >> and they're effective against whips. >> stephanie: hi andrew i do not good morning stephanie. how are you doing. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i have two thoughts for you. the first short and quick. sexy liberal tour on a three day cruise ship. >> stephanie: oh dear, mama can't do cruises. i get boat sick. >> caller: drinking helps. >> stephanie: oh, well, go ahead. >> caller: my main thought here all these republican talking heads and mitt romney complaining that obama won because he was ready to offer all these gifts to everybody. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: yet, mitt romney was running on great big tax breaks and eliminating inheritance tax. >> stephanie: gifts for the rich. >> caller: and capital gains tax. that's not a gift? that's not a santa claus for the rich. >> stephanie: exactly. smartest boy in class.
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through you go. romney's analysis is on the spectrum of incomplete to inaccurate. obama didn't win jamesville or new hampshire because of gifts because those areas are white. who said that. politico. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. i'm one of dozens of black women who voted in maine. voted for obama. >> stephanie: you're one of those sneaky black people who sneaked into the rural towns. >> caller: i snuck right into my city office where i pay my property taxes and i said i'm voting. and i'm voting obama. and i'm voting the new revolution. a clean correct rainbow revolution. passed the jobs bill. pass the farm bill. no more money to these big money grubbing businesses. we here, are going to boy boycott
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walmart. >> stephanie: how could you exist? >> caller: they don't want to see us because we're smarter than they think. i'm telling you we're going to boycott. i want to you help us boycott black friday. boycott business selling us garbage, and making huge profits. boycott walmart denny's all of these big money grubbers who want us to feel bad for them as they're creating jobs and sucking the wealth right out of the working people. >> stephanie: do me a favorite. introduce yourself to that republican chairman and say hello, i'm a black person from maine. >> caller: i'm a black person from maine. there are at least a dozen of us, at least. >> stephanie: she'll be like, there is an unicorn on my porch. sandy in california. you're on "the stephanie miller show"." hi, sandy. >> caller: hi, yes, i wanted to say that i think people need to
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stand up against racism, and those tables with those pictures of president obama as hitler, what you need to do is take a video, then go inside and complain and ask them to make them leave. if they don't post it on youtube asking does this establishment support racism? >> stephanie: yep, yep, well exactly. >> who supported racism, the nazis, hitler. >> well, yeah, portraying a black man as a nazi is-- >> stephanie: historically inaccurate and weird and-- >> the nazis were extreme right wing--white supremacists. >> stephanie: yes. >> get brains. >> stephanie: the president said america must seize the moment to overall immigration reform. the expects the work to start soon. he's right. there are obviously doing it for political purposes and they've said as much. but who cares. good, if you feel like we can
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finally get something done, which we should have done a long time ago. that's what i never got when they--in george bush's term when the republicans voted down immigration. you just gave amnesty to millions of people because you did nothing about it. i say we have to celebrate our differences. >> no ♪ celebrate ♪ our differences ♪ >> stephanie: fine, fine, don't play it. fine. goofy attorney look. >> you keep playing it. >> stephanie: i didn't. you did it. >> you did it. >> stephanie: steve in virginia. >> you told me to get oog-oog-boo. >> caller: our wonderful military leader who knowing knows nothing about military and surprise as karma has it or call it god, the day after our bp settlement, we just had another rig blow up in the gulf of mexico. >> stephanie: i know. i know. >> caller: are we-- >> stephanie: by the way the president--the bp had to pay an
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unprecedented settlement because of the president, remember? >> by the way that is breaking news. there are two dead and two injured from an exploded rig in the gulf of mexico. we're monitoring that situation as it develops. >> stephanie: cindy in missouri. hi you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning. i love you guys so much. >> stephanie: i love you back. >> caller: i was diagnosed with skin cancer six weeks ago. no no, it's all good. they got it all. you guys were just never ending source of entertainment for me. you guys just kept me laughing so hard. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: and my favorite part of the show is right-wing world. >> stephanie: me too now. because they're so angry screamy, yelly and bitter. >> caller: i love the whiney baby thing. [ crying baby ]
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>> caller: that's it. anyway i've been listening to this for the past week. they're saying the reason why we voted for obama is because we're going to get free stuff. >> stephanie: i have a sneaker phone. what due get? >> caller: i haven't gotten anything yet. i'm bummed. i'll wait by the mailbox. the thing i'm noticing today is what they're doing is calling over half of the people in this country stupid. how do they get away with this stuff. >> stephanie: who want to listen to this negativity, calling people stupid for the next four years? gene, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: i think the greatest gift president obama gave me was mitt romney not being able to appoint supreme court justices. >> stephanie: thanks. >> caller: that's the most important. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: i have three daughters and three granddaughters. thank god they can't get ahold of them. >> stephanie: exactly. yay, yay mr. president. 44 minutes after the hour. wee, back with the remaining moments of the stephanie miller.
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show. happy friday. we missed some of the headlines from the election season. textile is inflated. from san diego college board said his textile business was blown out of proportion. >> hey hey. >> stephanie: hey, speaking of comedy. >> oh no. >> stephanie: the white house scrub edition. >> this is funny. >> stephanie: the white house has a texas calling for anti-tax lobbyist grover norquist to be punched in the--bleep. they allow americans to sign petition for action by the federal government on a range of issues facing our nation. that is a big issue facing our nation. following his re-election the we the people petition a popular outlet for disaffected
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americans. that's where the secession petitions are. >> this one is productive. >> this would be hard to find. >> stephanie: allow everyone to punch grover another norquist in the the--bleep. >> in the cheney. >> i think he drowned in the bathtub. you won't be able to find him. >> stephanie: robert di di deniro was not happy with jay-z. because he had not returned his phone call. even beyonce could not have broken the truce. >> i want him dead. i want his family burned to the ground. >> stephanie: i don't think so. >> a little bit. little bit. little bit. >> stephanie: in honor of states finally warming up to obama-care
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here are some bad doctor stories. this is kind of squeezy stuff for you jim. chiropractor has license suspended over vaginal allegations. >> trust me. i'm the doctor. >> stephanie: he told two of his patients that intravaginal ma damage wouldmassage would benefit them. he told one of the women that it would prevent scar tissue from forming and alleviate pain. it's the only way to get to a part of the back. >> there is a disk that has to be accessed from the front. trust me. i'm a doctor. >> stephanie: part two. it was a harrowing event of cleanteeth cleaning. a woman swallowed her
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toothbrush. >> how? >> stephanie: she has no gag reflex. >> hey now. >> stephanie: happy endings for jim. she's fine. they got the toothbrush out. >> how does one brush their teeth so far back that they swallow their toothbrush you're not supposed to brush your larynx. >> stephanie: when you have no gag reflex. these a toothbrush. >> yes, i know. >> what? >> stephanie: a jury has accused a syracuse doctor--see, your mind goes there. i'm talking about cry baby republicans. [ baby crying ] and you thought it was something bad. a jury decided that a doctor is not to blame to a mishap that
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caused a pregnant woman to catch fire during a c-section delivery. >> that would be hard to do. >> stephanie: i hate it when that happens. >> well done. >> stephanie: i apologize in advance for this last medical stack story because you're going to have to do america's funny vaginal mishaps, but i just don't--headline is man injects penis with olive oil and bad things happen. >> why would you do that? >> stephanie: his coconut sized genitalia was just the beginning. he was admitted to a bangkok hospital. >> oh, bangkok. >> stephanie: one night in bangkok, nads the size of coconuts. he was admitted to a bangkok hospital after unlicensed olive oil injection. can you get a license to inject olive oil. it doesn't seem like a good
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idea. >> at least it wasn't hot sauce. >> stephanie: it caused his testicles to swell to the size of the aforementioned coconuts. >> why why why? >> stephanie: i don't know. bob in philadelphia. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi bob. >> caller: hi, stephanie. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: i just wanted to talk to you about wing nazi programming. it's amazing to me a couple i know that you would think you know them. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i'm trying to qualify for social security disability, and they have that, you know, it's up to that free stuff thing. >> stephanie: it's not free. you paid into it. >> caller: they don't understand, i applied in february. i was initially denied in august, which my lawyer tells me 90% of all cases are being denied. you got to wait 12 to 16 months to get an appeal. even if you do qualify, from what i understand you can't even get access to medicare for
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another 18 months afterwards. you know, all you get is that, again, i don't know. that thousand yard stare what did bruce springsteen call it, the glare of a cobra. it's like cats. >> stephanie: he lost me there. paul, welcome to "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, i enjoy your show. >> stephanie: thanks, go ahead. >> caller: john mccain is railing against the president about benghazi and everything, and susan rice. >> stephanie: instead of attending the hearing. >> caller: i know, i know. >> stephanie: and attending the briefing. >> caller: back in 2005 when condoleezza rice was up for nomination you know, he was defending her when she said, you know, that our warning was going to come as a mushroom cloud and
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wmds. >> we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud. >> caller: not only did she mislead us into iraq, but concerning all the new information that has come out about the early warnings about 9/11 the initial tack attack in 2011 this guy is reprehensible. he should not be in the senate any more. >> stephanie: i agree. very bitter. very bitter. >> sound bite: by the time i got to the fifth grade, i was very bitter. very, very bitter. bitter bitter person. >> stephanie: okay. eddie in massachusetts. hi eddie. >> caller: happy friday. >> stephanie: you, too, go ahead. >> caller: i just wanted to know why papa johns give their employees health insurance when he can give away 120,000 free pizzas a week during football season and 2 million for the whole season. >> stephanie: i know. that's a lot of extra change laying around. he could insure a person or two
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in your employ. debby you're on the stephanie on "the stephanie miller show"." >> caller: thank you for your presence on the air. >> stephanie: i thank you for your presence on earth as well. >> caller: you're very kind. i'm calling because i've been on the phone this morning with as many denny's restaurant as i could find and please note everyone that the denny's employees, at least the five i sound like a pollster calling five people and thinking that's the result. >> stephanie: your work is done because he has backed down on charging 5% on everybody's bill as an obama-care sure charge or whatever. whatever. have a great weekend. we'll see you monday on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] ttv
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